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One of the first things you’ll learn about working in the HVAC business is that the education doesn’t stop when you get the job. The industry is constantly evolving and if you want to succeed as an HVAC mechanic, you have to get the right continuing education to keep up with the latest developments.

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One of the best ways to get that education is to go right to the source of the equipment and technology you’ll be working with: the vendors and equipment manufacturers whose gear you are working with.

HVAC Manufacturer Training Serves Both Manufacturers and Contractors

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HVAC contractors want to ensure their technicians know what they are doing once they get out on the job site. Well-trained professionals work faster and smarter. Training means fewer service call-backs and customer complaints. It’s good business to have mechanics in the field that know the equipment inside and out.

But it’s not just in the contractor’s interest to make sure you get the training you need. Vendors and system manufacturers have every incentive to train you well on their equipment. The customer may not know the installation was botched, but they do know whose name is on the side of the box. The manufacturer wants their equipment to succeed in the field, and to work well, it has to be installed and operated according to their specifications.

Vendor training programs are good for morale, too. Everyone enjoys a break from the day-to-day grind, and trainings present an opportunity to learn and improve. It’s a sign of confidence when your shop sends you to a training course—they’re investing in your future with them. A 2015 survey by Randstad, a human resources service company, indicates that 26 percent of employees who quit a job do so because of a lack of career development opportunities. Professional training is one of the best ways to offer those opportunities.

“Continuing education is so important to us. It’s something we highly believe in, especially when technology is changing and with home automation. Our techs must be up on their game. We are always looking for training from our vendors and suppliers.”Angie Snow, owner of an HVAC contracting business in Orem, Utah

Vendor Training Offers a Specialized Perspective on Equipment

Many HVAC equipment manufacturers are consolidating parts of their training into the standard North American Technical Excellence (NATE) certification. These include:

  • Trane
  • Carrier
  • Lennox
  • Rheem

Different equipment still has different parameters and procedures, however. Particularly on the commercial side, where big money and big units are involved, manufacturers still offer factory training specific to their own equipment.

It’s not just major system vendors, either. Tool and instrument manufacturers often offer training, particularly when a new device is coming to market. A reputation within the industry can be made or broken by first impressions, so companies want to get it right.

Kyle Buscher, a technician and service manager in Minnesota, was on the receiving end of a training session on Vega’s new ProPress tool and said, “The ProPress certification was good knowledge, it was basic knowledge, but the technology was just breaking into the market so they wanted to make sure that guys were using it right.”

Vendor Training Delivery Options

Vendor training covers a wide spectrum of environments and class types, from a single salesman working one-on-one with you over a demo model on site to multi-day, hosted seminars, to formal, multi-week classroom instruction that has the same structure and expectations as a college course.

Although you can expect instructors to be well-informed about the gear being sold by their own company, not everyone is a natural teacher. The Air Conditioning Contractors of America (ACCA) trade group offers an instructor certification for HVAC trainers called the Educational Program in Instructor Certification designed specifically for HVAC course instructors. Checking the credentials of your course trainer is always a wise idea before enrolling.

Online Training

The internet has revolutionized almost every part of the HVAC industry, and training is no exception. Almost every HVAC equipment manufacturer offers online webinars or classes. In fact, some vendors may only offer their training online.

Because the cost of delivery is very inexpensive, online training is usually cheap or even free. Because there is no instructor testing your understanding or available to answer questions as you study, though, the quality of the education may not be on the level of face-to-face instructor-led training.

The most advanced types of online training are usually multi-media, with video and text materials. They may have automatic quizzes to test your knowledge, and you can often refer back to the material as often as you like, even after the course is finished—a benefit to putting what you have learned into practice out in the field.

Classroom Training

For longer and more in-depth courses, major vendors like Trane, Carrier, and Lennox have dedicated training centers where professional, full-time instructors work in fully-equipped labs with the latest equipment and access to the engineers who designed the equipment. This offers the most up-to-date and comprehensive training solution, but it also is the most expensive. In addition to the cost of the class itself, sometimes thousands of dollars, you or your company have to pay for everything from accommodations and per diem to paying another mechanic to cover you while you’re away.

Because of this, it’s common for only a company’s top prospects to be sent to professional off-site training courses.

Some vendors have a number of regular training sites around the country for classroom training, like Trane, which has classes at the factory in La Crosse, Wisconsin, as well as in regional sales offices. Others, like Carrier, hold most sessions at their own dedicated training facility (in Carrier’s case, in Syracuse, New York).

In either case, such training requires travel, hotel stay, and per diem to cover meals—not a small investment. If you are sent out to take one of these courses, you will often be expected to come back and pass along what you’ve learned to other technicians at the company.

Seminars and Symposiums

Many vendors send trainers out on the road to conduct training for technicians in their own regions. Depending on the vendor and the topic, this sometimes is as simple and straightforward as a salesman conducting a demonstration on equipment in your office. In other cases, seminars are set up that technicians from a number of companies around a region might attend.

Many seminars are put on as one or two day events in local training facilities. They are often structured as a presentation, with one or a handful of instructors demonstrating and lecturing to a large number of attendees. This often offers an opportunity to ask questions, but it may be difficult to get the kind of in-person interaction you would find in a classroom environment.

Seminars and symposiums cost much less than off-site training and may be free, offered as part of new equipment roll-outs.

Residential Equipment Manufacturer Training

Residential equipment manufacturer training is often shorter, less expensive, and less intensive than commercial training. It’s very common for residential training courses to be online or handled in short and informal on-site seminars offered directly by sales staff from the manufacturer.

Much residential HVAC training is also oriented toward selling more product. Although technical knowledge and skills are as important to residential technicians as their commercial counterparts, it’s very common for residential techs to also be responsible for direct sales to customers.

Residential equipment vendors, then, want to make sure that techs are equipped with the latest information about available options and the relative advantages of that manufacturer’s equipment. Training might include sales techniques and briefings on selling points to present to customers.

Although many contractors pay for staff to attend these trainings, it’s possible and not uncommon for technicians to arrange for and cover the cost of residential service training themselves. The certifications and knowledge make HVAC mechanics more valuable both to their current employer and at any future positions they might apply for.

Commercial Equipment Manufacturer Training

The majority of manufacturer training courses are aimed at commercial installers and service technicians. There are several reasons for this bias:

  • Commercial systems are more complex and require more explanation and practice to install and troubleshoot.
  • Commercial HVAC firms or unions tend to be larger and have more resources available to devote to sending technicians to training classes.
  • The value of a commercial customer is greater than residential customers—equipment makers want to ensure their gear is sized, installed, and serviced properly to keep those customers satisfied.

The courses themselves are longer, more expensive, and more intensive than most of their residential counterparts. Although it’s possible to find commercial HVAC training that is conducted online, more courses are in-person and often held off-site at specialized training facilities or even at the corporate factory.

This also means that the quality of commercial HVAC training tends to be high. Commercial HVAC classes also offer more degrees of specialization—training might be oriented toward specific HVAC roles, such as installers, designers, or service technicians.

Commercial courses are usually arranged and paid for by your employer. Technician Mike DeRicco has been in the industry for 26 years and seen the benefits of that arrangement. “My employer encourages us to do that because they actually pay for us to go to those classes,” he says.

HVAC Manufacturer Training Programs

Alfa Laval/Standard Refrigeration

  • In-person trainings on the following topics may be arranged at your nearest local location or at your HVAC company by contacting Alfa Laval:
    • Inert gas systems
    • Exhaust gas cleaning systems
  • In-person classes currently scheduled and open to all companies/organizations include:
    • Fuel management, to be held in Nairobi, Hamburg, New York, Dubai and Punta Cana
    • Marine and power separator, to be held in Stockholm, Sweden

American Standard Heating and Air Conditioning

  • Online training courses are offered to HVAC professionals
  • Must register through your local distributor to access courses

Arzel Zoning Technology, Inc.

  • In-person, seminar-based training is available through the company’s Comfort College, held periodically throughout the year in Cleveland, OH on these topics:
    • Zoning opportunities
    • System design
    • Installation techniques
    • Sales and marketing
    • ECM technology
    • ECM efficiency
    • Installation of ECM driven systems
    • Diagnosis and replacement of variable speed motors
  • Approved for North American Technician Excellence (NATE) certification and re-certification
  • Approved for Ohio CEU hours

Automated Logic Corporation

  • In-person courses are offered through the company’s BAS University, headquartered in Kennesaw, GA
  • Registration must be done through a local dealer
  • BAS certification courses are offered at the following levels:
    • Owner/operator
    • Owner/operator associate
    • Owner/operator practitioner
    • Owner/operator master
    • Field technician
    • Field technician associate
    • Field technician practitioner
    • Field technician master
    • Design engineer
    • Design engineer associate
    • Design engineer practitioner
    • Design engineer master
  • Courses are also offered in self-paced video and virtual classroom formats
  • Accredited by the International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET)

Bard Manufacturing Co., Inc.

  • One-day, in-person course is offered to certify participants to represent Bard HVAC products worldwide
  • Course may be taken in Atlanta, GA or Bryan, OH
  • Bard also maintains a video library of courses on YouTube, with titles including:
    • Bard I-TEC Coil Cleaning
    • Bard Wall Mount Condenser Coil Cleaning
    • Bard Wall Mount Air Conditioners with PLC Technology

Beckett Corporation

  • In-person classroom training courses are offered including:
    • Hands-on residential installations
    • Commercial burners
    • Basic oil burners
    • Advanced burner troubleshooting
    • Electricity & controls
    • Gas conversion
  • Courses are currently offered in Plainview, NY; Fiskdale, MA; Centerville, OH; Cromwell, CT; Media, PA; Danbury, CT; White River Junction, VT; Manchester, NH; and North Ridgeville, OH
  • Beckett also maintains a video library of courses on its website, with titles including:
    • Gas conversion burner installation
    • Beckett M Series training module
    • Beckett Z Gauge training module
    • Beckett GeniSys contractor tool
    • Beckett Wireless Temperature Module
    • Charging a pressurized Glycol solar hot water system


  • In-person classroom training on topics including:
    • Industrial controls
    • Air damper actuators
    • Control valves
  • Courses are currently offered in Indian Trail, NC; and Lester, PA. Other Belimo training facilities may be found in Danbury, CT; Sparks, NV; Mississauga, ON, Canada; and Sao Paulo, Brazil
  • Belimo University Online courses are also available on the following topics:
    • Introduction to air control valves
    • Introduction to water valve types
    • Retrofitting a globe valve
  • Webinars, both live and recorded, are offered on a variety of topics including:
    • Fire and smoke codes and standards
    • The new Belimo Butterfly valve
    • Learn how to solve low Delta-T and reduce pumping cost
  • Professional Development courses for continuing education credits may be scheduled through a Belimo Regional Application Specialist who will visit your site, on topics including:
    • Chilled Water Energy Savings Study
    • Optimizing performance to save energy and improve control
    • Hydronics control valve
    • Airside economizer modules
    • Smoke damper actuators

Bell & Gossett

  • In-person classroom courses in:
    • Design & application of water-based HVAC systems seminar
    • Modern hydronic heating systems
    • Steam system design & application seminar
  • Courses are currently offered in Morton Grove, IL and Nanjing, China
  • Online courses are offered in:
    • Centrifugal pump fundamentals
    • Modern pump selections
    • Pressure booster systems
    • Waterside economization
  • Accredited by the International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET)


  • In-person classroom courses offered in Kennesaw, GA on topics such as:
    • HVAC system design for contractors
    • Fundamentals of HVAC system design
    • Single zone systems and air distribution
    • Introduction to building automation systems
    • HVAC mechanical pro troubleshooting
    • Advanced modeling techniques for HVAC systems
  • Online courses offered in topics such as:
    • ABCs of air conditioning
    • Basic refrigeration cycles
    • General training heating
    • General training air conditioning
  • Accredited by the International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET)
  • Approved for North American Technician Excellence (NATE) certification and re-certification
  • Approved for USGBC (U.S. Green Building Council) credit

Carlisle HVAC Products

  • In-person training offered in Wylie, TX in:
    • Carlisle HVAC Products Authorized Applicator Training Program (includes sealants, hardware, adhesives, restoration and equipment)
    • Sealing and Restoring HVAC Ductwork
  • Lunch and learn training that comes to your HVAC company includes topics like:
    • Improving energy efficiency and air quality with HVAC duct sealants
  • Approved for USGBC (U.S. Green Building Council) credit

CashAcme Valves

  • In-person training offered through SharkTech Academy and will come to your company/workplace/event to offer training on RWC brand plumbing solutions by contacting the company
  • Classrooms for these trainings are also offered in Atlanta, GA and Toronto, ON, Canada
  • Online training is offered on the following topics:
    • Push-to-connect plumbing system
    • Water control valves
    • PEX/Barb connection system

CPS Products

  • HVAC/R Training Videos maintained on their website, including:
    • ABM-200 wireless airflow meter
    • SPM-100 training video
    • ABM-100 training video
    • TS-100 temperature and humidity

Daikin AC

  • In-person classes offered in Carrolton, TX; Irvine, CA; Long Island City, NY; Waller, TX; Woburn, MA; Marietta, GA; Davie, FL; Hoover, AL; Bellevue, WA; New Hudson, MI; Columbia, MD; Columbia, SC; Greensboro, NC; Chesapeake, VA; Milwaukie, OR and Fife, WA on topics including:
    • Mini-spilt and multi-install and start-up
    • Controls install and commissioning
    • VRV service and troubleshooting
    • SkyAir key points of installation
    • Intelligent Touch Manager Commissioning
  • Online courses offered in:
    • VRV heat recovery refrigerant flow
    • Daikin introduction
    • Daikin technology
    • Piping and refrigerant
    • Daikin commercial product line
  • Approved for North American Technician Excellence (NATE) certification and re-certification (in-person classes only)


  • Training videos offered on the company’s website:
    • Dunkirk’s DCB Boiler with AI control technology
    • ECR’s Innovative Heat Exchanger
    • Dunkirk H2O indirect hot water heater

E Instruments

  • Training videos offered on the company’s website:
    • EPA Boiler MACT rules
    • Calibrators
    • Biomass to biogas
    • Combustion analyzers
    • Measuring carbon dioxide using Non-Dispersive Infrared Technology


  • In-person, instructor led courses are held at various locations throughout North America, with topics including:
    • Compressor Operation & Services Seminar
    • Supermarket
    • Compressor Applications & Technologies
    • E2 Controller Training
    • Hands-on AC/Refrigeration Simulator Technology
    • Compressor & System Troubleshooting
    • Hands-on Hermetic Simulator Technology
    • Residential Scroll Compressor Technology
    • Failure Avoidance & System Technologies
    • Scroll Compressor Technology
  • Self-paced, online courses include:
    • Digital Scroll Compressors
    • Digital Scroll Compressors with E.V.I.
    • Compressor Operation & Mechanical Failure
    • Fundamentals of Refrigeration
    • Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Basics
  • White-Rodgers Online Video Courses include:
    • How to Upsell a Digital Thermostat
    • Staging and Dual Fuel Explanation
    • Emerson Blue Easy Reader Thermostat
    • HotRod Ignitor Highlights
    • Silicon Nitride Ignitors
    • SureSwitch Relay Course
  • Emerson Educational Services Training Simulator also available for purchase, with exercises such as:
    • Compressor change out
    • System evacuation
    • Valve plate change
    • Superheat & subcooling calculations
    • Refrigerant leak detection
  • Accredited by the International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET)
  • Approved for North American Technician Excellence (NATE) certification and re-certification


  • Online training offered on ESAB, Victor, Tweco, Stoody, Thermal Dynamics, and Arcair brands in topics like:
    • Arc welding gas basics
    • Basic gas storage
    • Covered electrodes
    • Basic gas delivery

Field Controls

  • Classes on the following topics may be held in-person on online, by contacting (252) 522-3031:
    • Indoor air quality: sell-install-service
    • Energy efficiency & the whole house
    • Combustion air
    • Power venting
    • Draft
  • Approved for North American Technician Excellence (NATE) certification and re-certification
  • Approved for National Oilheat Research Alliance (NORA) certification and re-certification


  • In-person classes on topics including:
    • Burner/boiler system components
    • Primeline training
    • Nexus Integrated Control System
  • Class location is in Derry, NH


  • Hands-on workshops are currently scheduled in topics such as:
    • Proactive maintenance and thermography seminar
    • Motors and drives
    • Introduction to infrared thermography
    • Operational readiness training for Fluke Thermal Imagers
    • Introduction to power quality and energy analysis
  • Courses are currently scheduled in Palatine, IL; White Haven, PA; Knoxville, TN; Little Rock, AR; Russellville, AR; and Bakersfield, CA
  • Online courses on topics including:
    • Motor and drive troubleshooting
    • Electrical measurement safety
    • Electrical power explained
    • Digital multimeter basics
  • The company also maintains recorded webinars on topics such as:
    • Portable oscilloscopes
    • Infrared cameras
    • Electrical measurement safety
    • Testing, troubleshooting and calibration process pressure devices
  • The company maintains a library of training videos on topics like:
    • How you measure energy matters
    • 500 series battery analyzers
    • Fluke 810 vibration tester


  • In-person seminars on topics like:
    • Preferred preventive maintenance procedures and repair techniques
    • Hands-on troubleshooting of Follett ice machines and dispensers
  • Seminars are currently scheduled in Minneapolis, MN; West Des Moines, IA; Milwaukee, WI; Chicago, IL; Detroit, MI; Indianapolis, IN; Lexington, KY; Charleston, WV; Pittsburgh, PA; Richmond, VA; Baltimore, MD; Philadelphia, PA; Sturbridge, MA; Albany, NY; Queens, NY; and Elizabeth, NJ
  • Online courses are offered in these topics:
    • Maestro Plus/Symphony Plus
    • Performance Plus series undercounter refrigerator and freezers
    • FZR 20/25 upright freezers
    • Horizon Ice Machines
    • REF 10/25 upright refrigerators

Fujutsu Training Academy

  • Online courses are offered in topics including:
    • Fujitsu core installation
    • Fujitsu ductless mini-splits
    • Fujitsu hybrid flex inverter
    • Fujitsu inverter technology


  • In-person training on the following topics:
    • Peerless basic service technician
    • DBS residential hydronics
    • Hydro MPC champions
    • Pressure booster
  • Class locations currently include Indianapolis, IN; Fresno, CA; and Olathe, KS
  • Online recorded webinars are available in these topics:
    • Advanced green building design
    • Benefits of packaged HVAC pump systems
    • Constant pressure boosting
    • Distributive pumping
    • Understanding hot water recirculation
  • Virtual classroom courses are available in:
    • Commercial HVAC systems
    • Residential hydronics and systems
    • Water treatment and systems
    • Commercial plumbing systems


  • In-person training held at the HVAC Training Center in Wayne, NJ on topics including:
    • ESCO Institute- EPA 608 certification
  • Approved for North American Technician Excellence (NATE) certification and re-certification

Heatcraft Worldwide Refrigeration

  • In-person classroom training in the following topics:
    • Fundamentals of refrigeration
    • Installation and troubleshooting
    • Beacon II Technical Seminar
  • Classes are currently held in Stone Mountain, GA
  • Online interactive courses are also available in:
    • Refrigeration system installation tips
    • Quick response controller
    • Beacon II Refrigeration System training
  • Webinars have been recorded on the following topics:
    • Refrigeration load calculation
    • SMART Controller II
    • Basic refrigeration principles
  • Training videos are available in:
    • Program your Carel controller
    • Quick response controller
    • Beacon II – Turning on Smart Defrost


  • In-person training offered at Holmes University in Golden Valley, MN as a three-day course for contractors and distributors on Honeywell products. Topics covered include:
    • Thermostats
    • Hydronics
    • Sales
    • Ventilation systems
    • Zoning
    • UV treatment systems
    • Dehumidifiers
    • Humidifiers
    • Air cleaners
  • Online training offered in course and video format on the following topics:
    • Honeywell ventilation solutions
    • Cleaner whole house air
    • Honeywell Series 8000 thermostats
    • Temperature zoning systems
    • Indoor air quality

Johnson Controls

  • In-person courses offered in Houston, TX; Tampa, FL; Baltimore, MD; Phoenix, AZ; Milwaukee, WI; Dallas, TX; Boston, MA; Louisville, KY; Cypress, CA; York, PA and Indianapolis, IN on topics such as:
    • Building automation systems – Metasys HVAC ASC Engineering
    • Advanced PCT Programming
    • HVAC Mechanical Systems
    • YCAV Air Cooled Rotary Screw Liquid Chillers
    • Security Field Controllers Configuration and Maintenance
    • VRF training
  • Self-paced HVAC and BAS courses are also offered in computer and DVD format in topics including:
    • Using PMI on the Metasys operator workstation
    • Application and installation of controls for commercial comfort systems
    • Building automation system networking

KMC Controls

  • In-person courses are available upon request and are held in New Paris, IN and in regional locations throughout North America
  • A video library is maintained on the company website, with topics including:
    • Performing a VVT retrofit with KMC Controls
    • KMC Conquest wiring
    • KMC Connect Lite
    • Introduction to block programming
    • Fast and easy network configuration using KMC


  • In-person classes are held in Dallas, TX; Los Angeles, CA; Portland, OR; Sacramento, CA; Salt Lake City, UT; Houston, TX and Atlanta, GA on topics including:
    • HVAC basics
    • North American Technician Excellence (NATE) certification
    • Pump down recovery/recharge/brazing
    • Air distribution
    • A/C refrigeration and diagnostics
    • Tech communication
    • Gas heat
    • Controls
  • On-line training is offered in topics targeted to:
    • HVAC technicians
    • HVAC sales
    • General management and owners
    • Service management
    • Sales management
    • Customer service

LG VRF Systems

  • In-person classes are offered in Alpharetta, GA; Orange County, CA; Dallas, TX and Secaucus, NJ in topics such as:
    • Multi V Installation Essentials
    • Multi V Controls Concept
    • Multi V Operations and Maintenance
    • Multi V Engineering and Product Training
    • Multi V Advanced Service and Troubleshooting


  • In-person training is offered in Lebanon, TN in the following topics:
    • Commercial water heater sizing
    • Commercial condensing water tube boiler products
    • Residential condensing boiler products
    • Modbus/BACnet Control School
    • Basic hydronic sizing and boiler application
  • Online courses, videos, simulators, troubleshooters and webinars are offered in:
    • Armor water heaters
    • Shield commercial water heaters
    • Knight XL water heaters
    • Noble
    • Power-fin
    • Crest condensing boilers
    • FTxl fire tube boilers


  • In-person courses offered include:
    • CITY MULTI application workshop
    • CITY MULTI maintenance tool diagnostics
    • CITY MULTI service
    • Controls Service
    • M and P series service
  • Classes are currently offered in Boston, MA; Houston, TX; Los Angeles, CA; Orlando, FL; Atlanta, GA; Chicago, IL; Dallas, TX; Hebron, KY; and Baja, CA
  • Online courses are offered in:
    • Counter sales foundations
    • Residential selling skills
    • M-Net converter
  • Accredited by the International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET)


  • In-person classes are offered in Racine, WI; Buena Vista, VA; Kingston, RI or your office in topics such as:
    • Modine product line
    • Professional services
    • Breeze
    • AccuSpec
  • Professional development seminars are offered in a traveling format across North America in topics including:
    • Basics of make-up air
    • Introduction to water source heat pumps
    • Dedicated outdoor air systems basics
    • Venting of unit heaters
    • Gas fired heating for commercial heating equipment
    • Indoor air quality and design strategies to resolve economizer code conflicts
    • Sound principles of HVAC equipment
    • Bringing fresh air into classrooms
    • Sizing water source heat pumps
    • Advancement in energy recovery for dedicated outside air systems
  • Approved for North American Technician Excellence (NATE) certification and re-certification


  • In-person courses are offered in Irvine, CA; Moorestown, NJ; and Woodbridge, ON, Canada. Topics include:
    • Installation, operation and diagnostics- all Navien products (NPE, NCB & NHB)
    • Level 2/3 Navien NPE
  • Online webinars will be offered on the company’s website soon

Nortek Global HVAC

  • In-person courses offered on the following brands by contacting technical services (800)- 422-4328:
    • Broan
    • Frigidaire
    • Gibson
    • Interthrem
    • Mammoth
    • Maytag
    • Miller
    • NuTone
    • Reznor
    • Westinghouse
  • Online courses offered through EdgeTekHVAC:
    • AC Performance check
    • Next generation split systems
    • Avoid TXV disasters


  • Online presentations include:
    • Nu-Calgon product line review
    • Coil cleaning
    • Indoor air quality
    • Refrigeration oils
    • Total system protection
    • Water treatment
    • Visible defects
  • Some online courses are eligible for credits for certification/recertification from the North American Technician Excellence (NATE)

Panasonic HVAC

  • In -person courses offered in Kennesaw, GA; Harrison, NJ and Rolling Meadows, IL in topics including:
    • ECO-i Sales and application
    • ECO-i Installation and Commissioning
    • ECO-i Service Training and Diagnostics
    • Ductless Mini Split Extended Technical Training
  • Webinar courses are offered online in topics like:
    • ECO-i Installation
    • ECO-i Commissioning
    • PAC Design Software
    • ECO-i Service
  • Training videos maintained on the company’s website include:
    • Line checker tool
    • RAC installation
    • PACi Installation
    • PACi Service


  • In-person educational workshops on the following topics are offered and may be scheduled by calling (800) 627-4499:
    • Ventilation
    • Energy recovery
  • The company also offers a Mobile Marketing Vehicle which brings Lunch and Learn seminars to the workplace. Call the above number to schedule a seminar on any of the following topics:
    • HE1XRT outdoor unit
    • CA2XIN indoor unit
    • EV90 stand alone unit


  • In-person and online classes are offered in the following subjects:
    • Heating & Cooling- Technical Excellence
    • Heating & Cooling- Territory Management
    • Heating & Cooling- Sales Management
    • Water Heating- Technical Excellence
    • Water Heating- Territory Management
    • Water Heating- Sales Management
  • The company also offers a Graduate Study Program in the School of Marketing or School of Business Management


  • In-person classes periodically held on appliance and HVAC/R training will be posted on the company’s website as scheduled
  • Webinars, some of which are presented in Spanish and Portuguese as well as English, posted on the company’s website include:
    • Commercial refrigeration pressure controls
    • Heating components
    • Heating gas valves
    • Water valves
  • Installation videos are periodically posted on the company’s website

Samsung HVAC

  • Online classes are offered through Samsung HVAC Training University; students must login with their HVAC Dealer Number to access topics

Schneider Electric

  • In-person and online classes are offered in Flint, MI; Detroit, MI; Boston, MA; Dallas, TX; San Francisco, CA; Denver, CO; Baton Rouge, LA and Webster, TX in the following HVAC-related topics:
    • Critical power and cooling services: Alternative power generation technologies
    • Critical power and cooling services: Battery safety and environmental concerns
    • Building management and security: Business automation design
    • Process control and safety: instrumentation and control
  • Accredited by the International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET)


  • In-person, instructor led learning held at locations across North American including Atlanta, GA; Houston, TX; Springhouse, PA; Elk Grove, IL; Detroit, MI; Denver, CO and Cyprus CA on topics including:
    • S7 Automation Maintenance
    • TIA Portal WinCC Comfort/Advanced Configuration
    • Siemens Certified Programmer Course
  • Self-paced online learning on topics such as:
    • Maintenance: Siemens PLCs
    • Maintenance: Robotics
    • Maintenance: Hydraulics & pneumatics
    • Automation
  • Virtual instructor led learning on topics including:
    • S5 Maintenance & Programming
    • Profitnet automation
    • Introduction to TIA Portal
  • How-to video library including:
    • Automation- SIMATIC S7 with STEP 7 v5.x
    • CNC-SINUMERIK power line and solution line
    • Process control-SIMATIC PCS7
  • Simulator systems available for purchase include:
    • SIMATIC S7-1500 Training Case
    • SIMATIC S7-1500 Safety Training Case
    • SIMATIC S7-1500 Safety Periphery Training Case
  • Virtual mentoring and on-the-job mentoring services are also available for purchase
  • Accredited by the International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET)

Space Pak

  • Training provided through The Reed Institute Educational Center
  • In-person classes are held in Detroit, MI and Westfield, MA in these topics:
    • Application training for engineers – boiler efficiency and systems performance
    • Start-up service for technicians – boiler start-up and service procedures
    • Space Pak Master Class – design, installation and service of Space Pak total comfort systems


  • In-person classes held in Mirabel, QC, Canada include:
    • MT Alliance Refrigeration Training
    • MT Alliance HVAC Training
    • MT Alliance Sub Cooling Training
    • MT Alliance Evaporative Condenser Training
  • Chill-Skills Online Training offered includes:
    • How to clean up a heat pump system
    • Solenoid valves
    • Thermostatic expansion valves
  • Video library maintained on company’s website including:
    • ZoomLock Braze-Free Fittings
    • Sporlan MTW 3-Way Valve
    • Electronic Controls
    • A/C and Heat Pump Controls

Taco Comfort Solutions

  • In-person classes held at Taco Learning Center and the Innovation and Development Center in Rhode Island on topics such as:
    • Geometric tolerancing
    • Business courses
    • HVAC software and hardware
    • Hydronic products and systems
    • College courses are also offered on-site for employees to pursue undergraduate and graduate degrees, with tuition reimbursed by the company


  • In-person courses are offered in Tupelo, MS and Memphis, TN on becoming a Certified Refrigeration Specialist
  • Courses are also offered at advanced levels once basic certification is achieved (i.e., intermediate)


  • In-person classes are offered in La Crosse, WI; Cleveland, OH; Davenport, IA; Livonia, MI; St. Paul, MN; Fenton, MO and San Antonio, TX in the following areas:
    • Alternative refrigerant safety training and testing
    • Fixing pump problems and preventative maintenance
    • Trace Ensemble operation
    • EPA Certification Section 608 Review and Test
    • Motor Fundamentals
    • Building Systems
    • IntelliPak I and II rooftop units
    • Centrifugal chiller owner/operator workshop
  • Accredited by the International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET)

Velocity Boiler Works

  • Online video classes are offered through Velocity University in topics such as:
    • Phantom stainless steel condensing boiler assembly instructions
    • Aruba 4 AWR handling instructions
    • PPs Flex Vent System

Yellow Jacket

  • Training videos on company’s website include:
    • Mantooth Wireless Digital PTV Gauge
    • Best practices for vacuum pump operation
    • Programming your refrigeration system analyzer sensor
    • Testing your vacuum gauge for leaks